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EAST OREGON HERALD AND
Consolidated July 22,
BURNS, HARNEY COUNTY, OREGON. SEPTEMBER 23 189b,
FROM BURGLAR TO LAWPER al’eged ground that ¿undue ihflu-|
ence was used
Clarence White, who has been makeing of the will.
arrested, charged with numberless i
W. C. BYRD & SON.
burglaries and who was
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Three Month» ... ............ ’■ ..............................
HERALD CLUB LIST:
Herald and Harper’» Magazine...
Herald and Harper’s Weekly ....
Herald and Harper;» Boxar..
Herald and Harper s Young People
Asheville, N. C., Sept. 16.—The-
recently in Chicago on the charge [ ]a8t stOp before Asheville was
of murdering T. J. Marshall, is go-.atHot Spring, the summer and
ing to be come a criminal lawyer winter resoits, where several hun-
I After passing through the vicissi dred gazed at Bryan for two min
ludes of a three months’ stay in the utes, and as the train pulled out
county jail and a trial on a charge cheered him loudly.
of murder, to -»ay nothing of previ
The train whizzed by the little
ous experiments with the police village of Marshall, and the 200
and the courts, he believes he can people on the depot platform shout
put his knowledge to a practical use ed as they caught sight of Bryan
by helping others out of scrapes. who came to the back platform of
The only thing to interfere with the train. By the track alongside
P ublishers and P roprietors .
•Jerald ami Alden’» Manifold Cyclopedia. .2.9«
,vh a Iditional volume after Vol. I 55 cent»:
10 cents extra »er volume, postage.
rw-i otdesof all thealiove works can be ex
smiued at leisure in the Reading Room.
nff“Publishers of periodical» arc solicited
.. rates, a copy of their work for
Fre* Reading Room
tatter at close of every half-volume, *od n-v ci
nepies bv advertisement.
plan 18 a lack of money, and
the mountains, barefooted men
may become necessary for him to grouped themselves in knots and)
| become an actor before he becomes yelled excitedly when they saw ,
(he banners displayed on the sides ,
He has also a big offer to go be of the cars, which read:
J 1 mo J 8 mo j 6 mo j i yr
j 1 wk
fore the public as a dime museum carry the next president—William
111.50 »2.50 »5.00 »8 no »11.00 »15.00
6.f>0 12 bJ
but he thinks he already Jennings Bryan.”
1 3.50 5.00
8 00 15.00
1 4 50
6.00 10.00 ‘20.00
has had enough notoriety of that
9.00 15.00 28.00
1 12.00 16.00 28.00 48.00
kind. His chief desire now, he
Deming. N. M., Sept. 14.—Fifty
20.00 80 00 40.00 60.00 110 00 140. (X
says, is to get to work and avoid Tomochie IndiiJis surrounded the
any more sensations, He will go (custom-house at Palomas. Mexico,
if every de»cription executed with neatness into whatever is honest and
‘.30 miles south of this city, today.
rmt despatch, nt reasonable rate».
Day him best, and when he has | The officers repulsed them. Three
arned money enough will begin ()f the Indian8 8tarted fortown, two
the study of la«. In this ambition Qf wbom were wounded. One was
Tug H kbald 1» kept regularly on file for re
terence, in tbe Geo. P. Rowell New»paper Ad he is encouraged bv his mother and caught just south of town, and is i
vertising Bureau. 10 Spruce at.. New York.
his attorney.- Cincinnati Commer-. UIIjer arrest at this place. It is said
I there are 300 Tomochie Indians in .
........................ Adlai. Stevenson
................ Kit haro 8. Olney
fecretary of state
‘•cretary of Treasury . ....... John G Carlisle
................ Hoke Smith
ief-cetary of Interior
. Daniel S. Lamont
Secretary of War
Secretary of Navy
Hilury A. Herbert
Secretary of Agriculture. . J. Sterling Morton
Win. L Wilson
London, Sept. 16—The Standard
publishes a dispatch from Constan
tinople that the young Turk party
is covering the city with placards
inciting the pe iple to dethrone the
G. w. McBride. Sllltan. Serious trouble,it is added
I Binger Hermann is certain to occur within a
(W. K. Ellis
C. M. ldleman Turkish troopships are nightly de
W m P Lord I
to the Black j
HR Kincaid | porting Armenians
4e<'retary of State
Metnchnn spa< where it j9 believed they
fupt. Public Instructiuu
vi- n iA»ed» drowned.
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) K. . 8.
• > C. Wolverton
> F. A. Moore
NINETH JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
. .M. D. CLIFFOK m
S-Hrict Attorney........................... c. W. Parrish.
(R) ...O. L. Patterson.
'<»iiit-8euator ................ (R>............... A. «.Gowan
COCNTY— harnky :
Jounty « idge
................ C. P. Rutherford..
... ( R)
J. C. Welcome
A. J. McKinnon
......... • (D).............. S.W. Miller
W. C. Bird
.................. Geo Tregaskis
A. B. Marks
HAUNFY P. ». land ornes:
................... .......................... Thomas Jones
A. A. Cowing
NO. 77, • I. • Vr
O F P. •
•••* n i LODGE.
Meets at Odd Fellows Hall, everv Saturday.
■ ‘ Wp m.
W.C. Byrd. N. G.
B. D. McIntyre, Secy.
harnky post no . 4», o. a . r .
Meets everr t*f and M Wed need ar of each
••»nth. at tu t Fellow»’ Hall. All Conrad»
'« g-od standing Invited.
V. S. MAILS.
t rr Ives end depart* daily,
vesaad Denon» daily, except
It will pay you to come to Ontario
and buy fall and winter goods
gW*We have the LARGEST STOCK and LOWEST PRICES^pf
We carry a complete line of
Gents Furnishing Goods,
Boots & Shoes,
WRITE DS FOR PRICES
Oregon Forwarding Co.
I. S. GEER & CO,
THEY SELL THEMSELVE8!
Manufacturers and dealers in all kinds of
Hardware and Tinware.
The British residents, at the i
stance of the British embassy, have
to Lord Salisbury,
stating that their lives and proper
ty are in danger. The French resi
dents have taken similar action.'
fyiinware and Firearms promptly Repaired.
British and French fleets are now
CELLULOID LAPEL BUTTONS of the above em
In rich colora, (with »tarn In gilt), will be »eut
near the mouth of the Dardannel- blem.
postage paid upon receipt of the fo' lowing price- :
SMALL SIZE—air. per dot; »XSO per bund red: KJ 00
p r thousand.
Í. ll< in.
: i. BUT TONS—76c. per do». I K AO
ner hundred; ; “~ p>r tliou.taml. IX in BUTTONS—
Faud Pasha, one < f the sultan’s ;i.25per dog.; .; J7.5-I per hundred; 170.00 per tboumnd.
good or th» cause Every word la a text; the whole
ai ’-decamp*, was questioned as to a I he
sermon—eioqneut and powerful.
how long the forts along the Dar
Agents Wanted Everywhere.
Samples of two sizes of Buttons, 15 cents.
danelles could cheek the passage
THE BIMETALLIC ASSOC*N,
of the warshipi, and he replied that
63 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y.
they could stop them for about half
I an hour.
ihe Burns Bar
Thia Io Your Opportunity.
SYLVA REBEKAH Degree No. »8.
Meets every 1st and M Wednesday.
Mtas Leia McGee N.<v.
Sam Mothershead. Rec. Sec’y.
A. O. Ü. W. Rams I^dge, No 47
Meetsevery 2d and 4th Tbnraday».
H M Horton. MW
J W bayer, Rec’d
the Florida mountkins, 15 miles |
south of here. The town is gretly .
Against the Sultan.
......................... Grover Cleveland
Oregon Forwarding Company
in sucureing the ■
Sept. 16.—The pre-
liminary statements by attorneys
and hearing testimony of a long
array of witneisesj in the Parrish
Will CODt68t CUSP. occupied the time
On receipt of ten cent,, cash or utamp«, I
a generous »ample will be mailed of the I
mobt popular Catarrh and Hay Fever Cure ■
(Ely’» Cream Balm) sufficient to demon
strate the great merits of the remedy.
M Warren Kt., New York City.
Bev. John Reid. Jr., of Great Falla,Mont,
recommended Ely’» Cream Balm to me. I •
can emphaaize his statement, ‘-It is a pod.
cure for catarrh ix
used an uirectea.
directed. M ” — —
Rev. Francis W. Poole. Poator Centrad Pre».
Church, Helena, Mont.
■^"Courteous treatment guaranteed.
Your patronage solic
of the county court today. J. L.
i Parrish was anOregon pioneer, wide
Ely’» Cream Balm 1» the acknowledged
ly known and respected. His estate cure for catarrh and contains no mercury
injurious dm®. Price, 60 oenU.
involves about $50,000.
will was executed February 1, 1889
After bequeathing nominal sums to
each of his children. Satnuel L
j Parrish, Charles. TGrace and Josie
Parrish, the remainder "was willed |
to hie wife, Mattie L. Parr3h. The
heirs now eeek to set aside tbe will I
Eurns-Canyon Stage Line
JOHN F. STRATTON’S
W BirminghamSteel Strings
- Ur VUIIa. Seltar. MaMalla. Ba»)»
Finwt Mad«. Sat» Plated
M»ea WOOK. Warranted not to rust Send for (jtlj
STR ATT OR,
«71,818. 815, 817 E*'SthSt^DLY**
H. A. W illiams , contractor.
Carrying U. 8. Mails and Eastern Oregon Express Co’s Expo
Stages'Leave Burns dy for Canyon City, and into imedi: ts pon